Virtual Career & Internship Fair
The Career and Internship Fair has always been an important event to attend in order to meet employers, build your professional network and discuss potential job opportunities. With this year’s virtual format, you can skip the lines and have one-on-one time with employers of your choice!
During this event, you will have two different ways to connect directly with employers:
- 10-minute 1:1 meetings with employers. You will be able to search and sign up for sessions with employers targeting your major.
- 30-minute mini info sessions. Organizations will take a deep dive in career paths, organizational culture, and other important topics to help you determine if their company is a fit for you.
For more information about resume or career help, email the Center for Career Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Fair Registration
STEM Career & Internship Fair
Then, on October 1, WVU will host the STEM Career Fair & Internship Fair from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m to connect you with employers who are recruiting for internships, co-ops, or full-time opportunities in engineering, computer science, or safety management.
MIS, Supply Chain, and MBA students are highly encouraged to attend this event as well as the WVU Career & Internship Fair, In Partnership with the Chambers College.
STEM Career Fair Registration
The Future of AI Starts with You
Our College is excited to announce its first Ethics in AI (artificial intelligence) competition, in coordination with Vantage Ventures, sponsored by the Maier Foundation.
The purpose of the competition is to create thoughtful discussions around AI and its implications for society. You can enter alone, or with a team, for a chance to win $3,000. To enter the competition, apply with a one-page submission of the team’s position on the problem statement by Thursday, October 8 at 11:59 p.m.
Zinn Starter Pitch Competition
The Zinn Starter pitch competition is an opportunity for all college students in the State of West Virginia to pitch an innovative idea to a panel of judges to win prizes. First place prize of $2,500; second place prize of $1,500; and third place prize of $1,000
This is a great opportunity to practice your pitching skills for the upcoming WV State Business Plan Competition, as the competition will run as a five-minute pitch and five-minute Q&A session. Applications are open from October 1 – 16. The event will be held virtually via Zoom on October 28th, 2020.
West Virginia Collegiate Business Plan Competition
Bring your business idea to life and enter the competition by Friday, November 13, for a chance to win prize money of $20,000. The competition is open to all full-time college students throughout the state in all majors.
This competition is the perfect opportunity to meet and pitch inventors, and have the chance to win $1,000 for each finalist team.
Learn more about the competition:
Sitting on the Morgantown waterfront, Reynolds Hall will be the future home for business on the Downtown campus of West Virginia University. It will feature innovative, collaborative spaces where students will learn by doing in experiential learning labs and centers. Opening in 2022, Reynolds Hall will place future generations of Mountaineers on the forefront of business education.
Check out our recent Instagram post about Reynolds Hall to view the last steel beam that was signed by Chambers College family and placed at the top of the building this past Friday, September 25. To learn more, visit: buildingbeyond.wvu.edu.